• Sarah Readdean, Entertainment Reporter

    June 13, 2014

    Life is full of dead end roads; Roads where we must stop and travel along a new one. With each step along each new road, we carry memories from the roads behind us.   Our futures will begin to form and our lives will shape around us, inside... READ MORE »»

  • Sometimes It’s Better

    Sometimes It’s Better

    Mallory Edelle Trainor , For Kids By Kids Editor

    June 10, 2014

    They lurched through the streets, arms swinging, puppet like, as if they were controlled by invisible strings tied to the wrists, the elbows, the ankles and knees. Heads lolled as they threw themselves down the street in a sea of rotting skin and mouths filled with daggers. Not yet living... READ MORE »»

    Photo from Night of the Living Dead, public domain

  • Go Green Recycling Event

    Go Green Recycling Event

    Isabella Smith and Jillian Creighton

    June 5, 2014

    April 26th was a cool Saturday morning when the parking lot at Farnsworth Middle School was transformed into a recycling fair. In the back of the school, lines began to form where people drove up their cars and dropped off items that they didn't want, or didn't know what to do with. Everything from bicycles... READ MORE »»

  • FMS History Day

    FMS History Day

    Ryan Avery, World News Co-Editor

    May 23, 2014

    On March 22nd, the FMS History Club went to the New York State Museum to present their history projects to judges, and compete with kids from other schools.  The choices for the projects were an exhibit, a paper, a website, or a documentary.  FMS students who participated included Sanders Zhang, Ian... READ MORE »»

  • Tornado Alley

    Tornado Alley

    Ryan Kapusinsky, World News Reporter

    May 17, 2014

    In just a week, tornadoes have hit in 13 of the U.S. states.  So far, as of May 2nd, there have been 219 tornadoes recorded in 2014. But up to 1,000 tornadoes were recorded in the U.S. alone last year, and more and more have occurred in the U.S. every year. The second closest in amount of... READ MORE »»

Fun Friday at FMS

Fun Friday at FMS

Anavi Parikh and Sathvika Jothivenkatesan, Photographer

The first fun friday in FMS hosted by student council. There were refreshments, games, and a spectacular movie called Monsters University. The major event of the day was...  Read More »

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Recycling Extravaganza!

December 9, 2014


FMS Roadrunner

December 9, 2014


Google’s New Pill

December 9, 2014

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Girls Field Hockey Wins

Michael Neal , Sports Editor

Congratulations to the girls modified field hockey team on their win over Shen October 22nd. Kaitlin Daviero had the lone goal for the Dutch. Sweet win girls!

December 5, 2014 • 0 comments

Boys Soccer Wins

December 5, 2014

Boys Soccer Wins

December 5, 2014

Boys Soccer Cruzes past Averill Park

December 5, 2014

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The Book Thief

The Book Thief

Sarah Readdean, Entertainment Reporter

The Book Thief, by Markus Zusak is a historical fiction novel. It is written in third person, where the narrator is Death. This gives the story an interesting twist:...  Read More »

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Call of Duty : Ghosts

April 30, 2014



April 27, 2014

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Infamous : Second Son

April 25, 2014

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It’s Found in What?!

It’s Found in What?!

Sarah Readdean, Entertainment Reporter

Tert-Butylhydroquinone.  Butylated hydroxytoluene. Butylated hydroxyanisole. Polyglycerol polyricinoleate. These chemical compounds are also known as TBHQ, BHT, and BHA,...  Read More »

April 27, 2014 • 0 comments

Golden Rice photo.  International Rice Research Institute, from Wikimedia Commons

The Case For GMO’s

February 10, 2014

Photo by Flickr user CarbonNYC

Three Claims Against GMO’s

February 7, 2014

Photo from Wikimedia Commons, Author Donna Cleveland

The Argument Against GMO’s

February 5, 2014

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